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Andle Stone
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Derbyshire
53° 9' 47.53" N 1° 38' 22.18" W
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Andle Stone is loctated on Stanton Moor, Derbyshire.

The Stone is a natural rock outcrop in the middle of a field surrounded by rhododendrons and a stone wall. An inscription on the west side is a memorial to the Duke of Wellington and William Thornhill.

The east side has metal handles and foot holds so you can climb to the top. Cupmarks and graffiti mark the top. Close to Stanton Moor to the east and Doll Tor to the south west. Also known as The Oundle Stone, The Anvil Stone and the Twopenny Loaf.